GEOGRAPHICAL TECHNIQUES 140  MCQS MOCK TEST 1 FOR NTA UGC NET

GEOGRAPHICAL TECHNIQUES 140  MCQS MOCK TEST 1 FOR NTA UGC NET

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GEOGRAPHICAL TECHNIQUE 140 MCQS PART 1

GEOGRAPHICAL TECHNIQUE 140 MCQS PART 1

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Q.1. The Geodesy is a science deals with

(A) The space study

(B) Interior of the earth

(C) Measurement of the earth

(D) Study of geological features

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Q.2. The dependent variable is represented along the

(A) X-Axis

(B) Y-Axis

(C) Z-Axis

(D) V-Axis

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Q.3. Which organization prepares the topographical map of India?

(A) Geological Survey of India

(B) Survey of India

(C) National Atlas and Thematic Mapping Organization

(D) Indian Statistical Institute

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Q.4. Which of the following statistical techniques is used for establishing the Relationship between two variables

(A) Regression

(B) Standard Deviation

(C) Ogive

(D) Z-Score

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Q.5. The cumulative frequency distribution is shown by

(A) Histogram

(B) Mode

(C) Frequency Polygon

(D) Ogive

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Q.6. The statistical technique used to determine the degree of relationship between two variables is called*

(A) Disperson

(B) Index Number

(C) Gini Index

(D) Correlation

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Q.7. Which of the following is not a quantitative distribution map

(A) Isopleth Map

(B) Dot Map

(C) Choropleth Map

(D) Choroschematic Map

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Q.8. Occupational Structure of population in India at state level is best represented by

(A) Pie Diagram

(B) Dot Method

(C) Choropleth Map

(D) Isopleth

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Q.9. Which one of the following central tendencies is the appropriate method for the study of disperson?*

(A) Arithmetic Mean

(B) Median

(C) Mode

(D) Geometric Mean

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Q.10. Which one of the following cartographic techniques is suitable for measuring spatial association among different attributes of the regional economy?

(A) Bar Diagram

(B) Pie Diagram

(C) Choropleth Map

(D) Isopleth Map

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Q.11. Which one of the following statistical techniques involves a large number of variables to be summarized into smaller dimension?

(A) Chi-Square

(B) Correlation Analysis

(C) Regression

(D) Factor Analysis

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Q.12. Which one of the following averages is not a measure of central tendency?

(A) Harmonic Mean

(B) Geographic Mean Centre

(C) Geometric Mean

(D) Arithmetic Mean

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Q.13. A map with the scale of 1/50,000 is enlarged to 5-times which one of the following scales is correct for enlarged map

(A) 1/25,000

(B) 1/100,000

(C) 1/10,000

(D) 1/2,500

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Q.14. Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer using the codes given below

List-I

(Land Use Types)

List- II

(Conventional Colour Map Symbol)

A. Forest1. Yellow
B. Cultivation Area2. Red
C. Uncultivable Land3. Dark Green
D. Built Up Areas4. Brown

 

Codes:

 ABCD
A.2413
B.1432
C.3142
D.4321

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Q.15. Which of the following is a non-quantitative area distribution of map

(A) Choropleth Map

(B) Isopleth Map

(C) Multiple Dots Map

(D) Choroschematic Map

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Q.16. In order to study standard of living among the large, medium, small and marginal farmers of a region, which of the sampling technique would be more appropriate?

(A) Random Sampling

(B) Stratified Random Sampling

(C) Purposive Sampling

(D) Multistage Sampling

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Q.17. Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer using the codes given below

List-1

(Spatial Pattern)

List-II

(Values of Rn Statistics)

A. Perfect Uniform1. 1.20
B. Tending to Cluster2.2.14
C. Tending to Random3. 0.00
D. Perfect Cluster4. 0.60

Codes:

 ABCD
A.3142
B.4231
C.2413
D.1243

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Q.18. Which one of the following is not a measure of central tendency?

(A) Arithmetic Mean

(B) Mean Deviation

(C) Median

(D) Mode

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Q.19. Which one of the following map scales is a large scale

(A) 1 :250,000

(B) 1 : 25,000

(C) 1 :500,000

(D) 1 : 50,000

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Q.20. Which one of the following symbols does not represent a point data?

(A) Spot Heights

(B) Bench Marks

(C) Contours

(D) Triangulation Stations

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Syllabus:

Unit IX:

Geographical Techniques

Sources of Geographic Information and Data (spatial and non-spatial), Types of Maps, Techniques of Map Making (Choropleth, Isarithmic, Dasymetric, Chorochromatic, Flow Maps) Data Representation on Maps (Pie diagrams, Bar diagrams and Line Graph, GIS Database (raster and vector data formats and attribute data formats). Functions of GIS (conversion, editing and analysis), Digital Elevation Model (DEM), Georeferencing (coordinate system and map projections and Datum), GIS Applications ( thematic cartography, spatial decision support system), Basics of Remote Sensing (Electromagnetic Spectrum, Sensors and Platforms, Resolution and Types, Elements of Air Photo and Satellite Image Interpretation and Photogrammetry), Types of Aerial Photographs, Digital Image Processing: Developments in Remote Sensing Technology and Big Data Sharing and its applications in Natural Resources Management in India, GPS Components (space, ground control and receiver segments) and Applications, Applications of Measures of Central Tendency, Dispersion and Inequalities, Sampling, Sampling Procedure and Hypothesis Testing (chi square test, t test, ANOVA), Time Series Analysis, Correlation and Regression Analysis, Measurement of Indices, Making

Indicators Scale Free, Computation of Composite Index, Principal Component Analysis and Cluster Analysis, Morphometric Analysis: Ordering of Streams, Bifurcation Ratio, Drainage Density and Drainage Frequency, Basin Circularity Ratio and Form Factor, Profiles, Slope Analysis, Clinographic Curve, Hypsographic Curve and Altimetric Frequency Graph. 

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